Effects of 3 Irrigation Termination Dates on a Full Season Type of Upland Cotton in Mohave Valley, Arizona
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AbstractA single field experiment was conducted in 1990 on a grower cooperator field to evaluate the response of a full season maturity type of Upland Cotton (DPL 90) to three dates of irrigationtermination. The crop was planted 26 and 27 of March, managed uniformly in all respects until August 1 when earliest irrigation termination wsa imposedThe dates for the second and final irrigationtermination treatments were 15August and 15 September. Each irrigationtermination treatments were given an additional 8 acre inches of water (approximate). Harvest results revealed no significant differences in lint yield on the first two dates but the last date yielded 110 pounds more. All plots received a 2 inch rain 18 August.